ANOTHER NOR’EASTER? FLX misses major snowfall, biggest headache with latest storm

While the word nor’easter will be in the headlines on Wednesday, the Finger Lakes shouldn’t see much action from this latest system. The track of the system will be far enough east — where most-forecasters agree that the region will only see light accumulation.

The forecast over the next several days though will be tricky, according to FLX Weather Meteorologist Drew Montreuil.

Here’s what to expect at a glance over the next several days:

– Montreuil notes that snow will develop during the day for the region, but that the accumulation will be light. Road conditions could become mildly tricky, but no one should expect anything as serious as last week.

– There are some travel restrictions heading east on the New York State Thruway. Check for the latest information from the Thruway Authority on what conditions are like where you’re going.

– There are also dozens of cancellations out of regional airports due to the heavy snow along the East Coast. Plan ahead if your travels will take you into the air today or tomorrow.

– Thursday will likely not be too snowy, as temperatures hold in the 30s. Some additional accumulation could be possible on Friday as a ‘spray’ of lake effect snow kicks up.

– Montreuil says that the cool-and-active weather pattern will likely continue into next week. But, by late-next week warmer weather may start to creep back into the region.

READ MORE: Winter storm should miss the Finger Lakes (FLXWeather.com)

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